A team from business recovery specialists Begbies Traynor has won this year’s RSABI Great Glen Challenge beating 25 other teams.
First time competitors Algo (Blairgowrie) Ltd Team B and Knight Frank took second and third place respectively.
The event saw a total of 104 competitors from teams throughout the Scottish agricultural and rural business sector complete the 46 km course from Fort Augustus to Benavie by Fort William.
Competitors in teams of four plus a support driver mountain biked, kayaked, walked and ran their way down the Great Glen against the clock.
Event sponsors Ledingham Chalmers, solicitors, and supporting partners Bank of Scotland, The Scottish Farmer, Rettie & Co and Royal Bank of Scotland all fielded teams, with a team from Royal Bank of Scotland achieving fifth place overall.
Funds raised by this year’s Challenge event teams will help support people in Scottish agriculture and those wishing to donate can still do so HERE.
Mountain bike: 1 Ran Morgan, Knight Frank. 2 David Lyle, NFU Mutual/DM Hall.3 Rodney Wallace, HSBC UK Team B
Kayaking: 1= Sandy Farmer, Algo (Blairgowrie) Team B. Chris Rogerson, United Auctions.3 Duncan Clow, NFU Mutual Stirling/DM Hall
Walk: 1 Ken Pattullo, Begbies Traynor. 2= Brian Murphy,Royal Bank of Scotland Team A Craig Nixon, Algo (Blairgowrie) Team A and Andrew MacDonald, Royal Bank of Scotland Team B
Run: 1 Lawrence O’Hara, Begbies Traynor,2 Euan Wilson, Clydesdale Bank. 3 George Gauley, SAC Consulting Solutions Team B